Moonstone Kimono by Erica Fedor

Moonstone Kimono

September 2019
Aran (8 wpi) ?
14 stitches and 7.5 rows = 4 inches
in double crochet
5.0 mm (H)
630 - 1800 yards (576 - 1646 m)
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The Moonstone Kimono is one of those garments that you can wear year round. When the weather is warmer, you can spice up a simple tee or tank top and when the weather is cooler, you can layer it over a flannel or long sleeved shirt.

This pattern is available in nine sizes from XS to 5XL! And you can decide to add longer sleeves if you wish. See the Note in the Armhole Trim section near the end of the pattern for more information.

This pattern is an intermediate level pattern.

Construction is easy since the Kimono is created using three simple rectangles. There is minor sewing with a tapestry needle and yarn and the trim for the armholes and main body of the sweater are crocheted on using double crochets.

The Moonstone Kimono is designed to be slightly over sized — not a tight fit. It is not designed to close in the front. Because of the stitch pattern, the fabric is very stretchy, but should ultimately hang open.

Approximate Bust Measurements in Inches

XS --- 35”
S --- 39”
M --- 43”
L --- 47”
XL --- 51”
2XL --- 55”
3XL --- 59”
4XL --- 63”
5XL --- 67”

There are two PDF’s included with your purchase. One contains the main pattern and the second contains the row-by-row photos. This is so you have the option to print the extra photos or not.

This pattern is written in standard American crochet terms.